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Re: Creating Webhook on Github: 401: webhook did not accept your secret",

oc describe bc <your buildconfig name>

will show you the full url for the webhook, including the secret.

as for where it came from, that depends how you created the buildconfig...  some templates will generate the secret for you and use it in the trigger definition.  (and some just have the value hardcoded in the template also) Did you create from a template?

if you created it from oc new-app, new-app automatically generates a secret and creates the trigger for you.

On Wed, Oct 28, 2015 at 7:26 AM, Lorenz Vanthillo <lorenz vanthillo outlook com> wrote:
I tried to set up a webhook for my OpenShift application. So it builds and deploy again when the repo changed.
I went to the webconsole and coptied:

I went to my repository and pasted in Payload URL.
I disabled SSL (as recommended).

But my webhook isn't working: I an Invalid HTTP Response 401.
Response 401 told me:
"message": "the webhook \"github\" for \"test\" did not accept your secret",

But I don't know what my secret is. I did not fill in the field. How can I find my secret or disable it?

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